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Crescent Beach Pop-Up Gallery

entrance to beecher place

Image credit: Scarlet Black

Interested in Surrey artists? Take a look at Crescent Beach Pop-Up Gallery. Every two weeks, this community-run gallery showcases a new exhibition of local artists. View and purchase artwork, listen to artist talks, and participate in demos, workshops, and collaborative projects.

This beachfront gallery is open February 8-December 6. Each exhibition has unique hours, but the gallery is always open on Saturdays from 12-4pm. Visit the event pages below to see what is coming up next.

To learn more about submitting an application to use the gallery, please write to crescentbeachpopup@surrey.ca. Applications are due in the fall for the upcoming calendar year.

Facility Information

Ground Floor
12160 Beecher Street
Surrey, BC
crescentbeachpopup@surrey.ca

Admission to Crescent Beach Pop-Up Gallery is free.

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Contemporary Canadian Landscape

Artwork by Sheila Van Delft

Exploring local Canadian landscape through mixed-media projects.

February 7 to February 17, 2020

Discretion of Internal Turmoil

Artist WInniw Williamson at work painting

Reflect within through an exhibition of painting and sculpture

to March 1, 2020

The Nature of Our Country

Artwork by Morgan McLean and Thomas Bueking

Contrasting the natural and artificial in Canadian landscape painting, digital, and charcoal artwork

March 7 to March 16, 2020

Show and Tell

Sounds of the Sea by J.Jarville

Professional Federation of Canadian Artists will be showing and demonstrating their work

March 19 to March 29, 2020

When the Smoke Clears

Artwork by the Diversified Brush

“Interpretations on Normal," a visual art exploration of Surrey from 4 unique artistic perspectives

April 1 to April 12, 2020

lace|heart|art exhibition

Lace artwork by Lenka Suchanek

Discover colourful hearts, all made by hand in traditional lacemaking techniques

May 1 to May 10, 2020

Flow

Acrylics & Spray Paint Artwork on Canvas by Nela H

Exploring movement through body, fibre, nature

to May 24, 2020

Group of Six

The Brass Band Art Group standing next to a collaborative community project

Experience the west coast connection: simplified forms, expressive colour, & spirituality in nature

May 28 to June 7, 2020